What is a Virtual Meeting?

A virtual meeting is an online video conference with participants from different locations. Virtual meetings can be used to serve a variety of functions such as collaboration at work, remote teletherapy, or simply socializing with friends and family. Virtual meetings are becoming increasingly popular at work, particularly among younger workers who have spent their lives working and socializing online and want the same seamless experience when working.

During virtual meetings, participants can communicate using their computer’s microphone and speakers or by using text chat. They can also communicate with each other via their screen or documents, which is helpful to facilitate collaboration. Certain tools allow participants to record video meetings and save them for future reference. This is why it’s vital that participants have a reliable internet connection and high-quality video recording capabilities (like Riverside’s up to 4K).

There are some basic best practices that should be observed when hosting or participating in virtual meetings. It is important that both guest and the host have an agenda in place prior to the meeting. This will help keep the meeting focused and prevent it from going off into unproductive tangents. It’s also recommended to turn off any background interruptions or noises during the meeting and to make eye contact with other participants. This will convey that you’re engaged and attentive, even though you aren’t in the same room.

Whether you’re hosting or attending an online meeting, it’s essential to remain focused and make notes. It’s equally important to avoid engaging in multitasking during the meeting as this can distract you and may make it difficult for you to take in the information discussed.

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